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    Can someone please help??!!

    How is the best place to get my sites registered so that they appear on search engines

    I dont want to go the google adwords way if i can help it.

    How much will it cost me per site registration???

    Thankyou

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    For MSN, AskJeeves and Fast/Lycos, go to www.positiontech.com. Sign up - it costs $25 per page for Inktomi, $18 per page for AskJeeves and $16 per page for Fast/Lycos.

    For Google, get some links from other sites into yours. That will get you included.

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    Per page? OMG. Get a link placed on the index page of a site that has decent google page rank. Five or better helps wonders and should be indexed within days. That's the current google/yahoo method that works. The others? They don't account for much traffic, so I would wait it out.

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    Well, there's plenty of traffic to be had at MSN. And the person asking the question is in the UK, where AskJeeves is a pretty strong player. So I would still recommend paying for a few pages into each of those.

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    I listed a couple pages in Inktomi and also have a recriprocal links directory - the free zeus directory. Current google page rank is 5 for the landing page and 4 on many others

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    "LMMS" - Like Marky Mark Said. Pay to play and play to get paid.

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> (fishnflorida) The others? They don't account for much traffic <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    "LPS" - Like Popeye said: "Ya only gits what ya settles for". Free listings are volatile.

    It never ceases to amaze me that so many people will SPEND countless hours, sleepless nights working working working on their sites, but aren't willing to SPEND what amounts to LUNCH MONEY to insure their success. Cheapskate chiselers seal their own fate.

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    However it should be said that Inktomi listings are also volatile. You can just see your changes quicker:P

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jackson992:
    However it should be said that Inktomi listings are also volatile. You can just see your changes quicker

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    LOL!

    But Ink also picks up any changes faster, too, so if you improve the SEO you can rise in the listings faster. If you end up at the bottom of Google, you're stuck there for a long time unless your site gets Freshed a lot...

    @MarkyMark-- Do you think AskJeeves and Fast/Lycos are worth bothering with for US traffic?

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